Dopapod Live at Tyrone Farm on 2013-04-21
I: Black and White, Cloud World, 8 Years Ended *, The National Anthem -> My Elephant vs. Your Elephant ** > Vol. 3 #86 ^ -> Onionhead ^^
II: French Bowling %, Blast, Nude >, Trapper Keeper, Psycho Nature, I Believe I Can Fly, Off The Cuff
Collection DopapodBand/Artist DopapodVenue Tyrone FarmLocation Pomfret, CTSource Busman BSC2/K11 + Soundboard > Tascam DR-680 (24-bit/48k).Lineage Sony Vegas Pro 11.0 (mixing) > Sony Sound Forge Pro 10.0 (0db Normalization; L3 UltraMaximizer Stereo; Fades) > CDWave > FLAC24 via Trader's Little Helper @ Level 8.Taped by mkdevoTransferred by mkdevo
* with Mr. Rourke on turntables.
^^ ending only; completed version from previous night in Northampton
% with Scott Flynn (Elephant Wrecking Ball, John Brown's Body) on trombone
Mom & Dad and Elephant Wrecking Ball opened.
Eli Winderman - Keyboards
Neal "Fro" Evans - Drums
Rob Compa - Guitar
Chuck Jones - Bass
April 28, 2013
best day ever
what can I say other than this day made my soul truly feel good. Surrounded by wonderful people, amazing vibes, GREAT music and beautiful surroundings, I think I can safely say that this will be a show I'll always remember. A heartfelt thanks to Neal, Eli, Rob, Chuck, Luke and everyone involved in making this day happen. I feel like this show really demonstrated the wonderful community that this music is bringing together. So happy to be able to experience this with you all! Keep 'em coming and we'll be there!
April 23, 2013
Wow, just wow... Return of the Dopabarn.
Let me start by saying that this was not just a Dopapod show; this was a true musical family gathering. Potluck buffet, lawn games, picnic blankets, kids chasing labradors, a tangible sense of community, and bitchin setlists made this past sunday one of the best live music experiences of my entire life. Everyone involved in putting this together deserves a huge pat on the back, and massive doses of gratitude from music fans in CT and MA. Eli belting out I Believe I Can Fly for the encore was really special; that guy has some of the most righteous and heartfelt stage banter/audience shout outs of anyone in the biz, and for some reason I was really moved when he started singing. Highlights for me were 8 Years ended, Psycho Nature, Trapper Keeper. There was definitely something in the air that afternoon; felt like my first Phish show all over again.